Receiving Gate Edit
How did the Bedrosians see the Stargate being dialled at the start of the episode? The SGC was only up to the fourth chevron when the view switched to them. Wouldn't the gate need all chevrons to lock before it could make a connection, and hence before the receiving gate could respond to that activation? 126.96.36.199 10:08, December 15, 2010 (UTC)
"Conceivably, the Bedrosians could figure out how the GDO works and use it to trick SGC." Edit
No, I don't think so. I presume each GDO has a unique operating frequency, which in combination with a code generates a unique EM signature (fancy way to say it emits some data, like a wifi packet) that is recognized or rejected by the SGC computers. They can reverse-engineer the GDOs all they want, but since the captured GDO signatures get put on the "banned" list, there's an extremely slim, basically non-existant chance they'll actually get accepted by the SGC computer. Since we can presume that the GDOs use highest-available grade encryption, Earth is 100% - 0.(practically infinite umber of zeroes)1 safe from a "hacked" GDO. 188.8.131.52 16:47, December 15, 2010 (UTC)
Lost Tech Edit
Well, it does appear that the enemy is more technologically advanced so they probably already got everything that the SG teams have or similar stuff, except for Zats. Luckily however they probably only have a single one.